Iko Iko, Walkin' Blues, Jack A Roe, Mama Tried-> Mexicali Blues, West L.A. Fadeaway, Queen Jane Approximately, Bird Song, Promised Land Victim Or The Crime-> Eyes Of The World-> Looks Like Rain, Terrapin Station-> Jam-> Jam*-> Drums-> Jam-> Playin' In The Band Reprise-> The Wheel-> Throwing Stones-> Not Fade Away, E: U.S. Blues
source unknown (likely SBD> CM> DAT> CDR); DAE: CDR> EAC> SHN; Extraction and shorten conversion by JT James; reported upgrade relative to previous shn set
July 30, 2012 Subject:
Victim or the Crime
This is the best version of Victim or the Crime I've ever heard
January 25, 2010 Subject:
Best show in the South that year
Great two sets set. Terrapin was epic and It's always great the hear The Wheel in the second set. In set one Iko and Queen Jane stood out. It sounds as good to me now as the 1977-79 tapes I listened to in that era.
May 15, 2009 Subject:
this show is a great example of how underrated Vince is/was. Listen to his piano playing on Queen Jane, Hornsby takes over on the accordian so Vince gets to play some nice lead stuff. West LA Fadeaway is another standout with Hornsby and Vince sounding equally amazing. Bird Song has some great jammin' and is one of the best ive heard by this line up. As for the second set...the setlist speaks for itself on this one. Almost all the shows around this period are either amazing or pretty close to it. We all know how spectacular 6/14/91 is. I highly reccomend the DVD View from the Vault Vol. 2 to anyone who hasnt seen it.
December 13, 2006 Subject:
Aiko-Akio All Day
Great show. The energy with Vince and Bruce blended well. All the songs are strong for 91. There were naked people dancing and singing Victim and it really freaked me out, thinking they were singing to me-lol. Terrapin made sense to me for the first time and I felt like I was in Terrapin Station when they were playing it, or maybe it was...
Jack-a-Roe! West L.A.! IMO the BEST Promised Land, Aiko, Q.Jane, and US Bluzz...Bruce bangs it out hard on the keys and the boys keep him on his toes. Bobby and Jerry dual it out in the end. Slammin' show, not just average, and not just because I was...
June 11, 2006 Subject:
I had been to several shows before this one, but this is the one that made it all 'click' and I finally got 'it'.
The 1st set got progressively more intense ;) and by the time the 2nd set dropped in, I was hopeless! Not a break the entire 2nd set, which might have explained why it appeared to me to have been one long meandering field trip at the time. 15 years ago today. Thank you Jerry, we love and miss you more each day.
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February 21, 2006 Subject:
This was a pretty standard show ,but well played. Eyes of the world and Terrapin are really good.Playin reprise along the rest of post space is pretty energetic.Average show in '90 and '91 was usually pretty good.
June 11, 2005 Subject:
My First Show!
It was 14 years ago today that I first saw the dead. I didn't know much, but it was still a great time. Glad I have the boards to relive the experience. Also it hasn't been pointed out, but the "drums" track and the "space" track are both the same thing, so you really just need one of them, don't know why it's here twice.
February 5, 2005 Subject:
This is a good sound quality, crisp lyrics is the key to this show. The instruments are a bit muffled but Jerry's vocals are nice and clear on West LA Fadeaway. Killer!
Source: Two source matrix: 70% sbd/30% aud with a few level adjustments; sbd: Cassette Master (TDK SA-X100/Tascam Deck); transferred and master by Charlie Miller; Resampled an dithered with iZotope RX 6 Advanced; and aud: B&K 4011 110 degrees ORTF > Neumann BS 48i-2> Modified Sony TCD D-10 Pro Recorded by James Young & Clay Brennecke, transferred by Todd Evans and mastered by Jamie Waddell; matrix created with Adobe Audition 1.5 SIRMick